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cornell bernard tells us from san jose as the mayor is ready for the state of the city address. cornell? >> normally it is a word no one wants to hear but the mayor will make it a big part of the state of the city address. the word is "taxes." the mayor says the city needs a sales tax increase and will call on community leaders to organize a campaign to support police and fire services and restore pay for workers who had to take cuts to balance the budget. a poll suggests that voters could be willing to do that. there is 70 percent support if a quarter percent sales increase but 57 percent for half a percent increase. the earliest it would be on the battle is next year, the 5th sales tax measure voters have approved since the mayor took office in 2007. the state of the city address is underway at 6:30 right here at city hall. >> fairfield police are asking for your help in finding the killer of a 13-year-old girl. the guardian for the 13-year-old reported her missing last thursday evening. her body was found friday m
. it is harder to aim. it's harder to use. and in fact, you don't need 30 rounds to protect yourself. buy a shotgun. buy a shotgun. >> the vice president says he keeps two shotguns and shells locked up in a metal safe in his home. >>> snow blanketed bay area peeks today. a light dusting stuck to the summit today. the wind made for a near whiteout condition on mt. hamilton. the snow has moved on, but the chief says it will be a while before we warm up again. >> remember saturday? it was mid 70s throughout the bay area with sunshine. now today, we talked about snow level dropping down to 2500 feet and even though kpix5 is dry right now, we are now on the other side of that front. that means we're on the cold side of things. how much rain fall? san ramon, a half inch. hayward, just about that much. and clarks burg, 1/3 of an inch. how quickly we will drop down to near freezing. we likely will hit the freezing mark and fremont, you will drop down to 34 degrees. let's talk more about the snow. it's a rare treat this winter. roberta took the kp5 mobile weather lab up to mt. hamilton where the
their business in the dark using a flashlight. one woman told us she still managed to buy groceries. >> everything is dark and super quiet. i went to the grocery store. just like the movie. >> reporter: it was scary. >> yeah, very scary. >> reporter: we found this man in his car. >> i was in my car charging my phone, looking up pg & e to see what's going on. >> reporter: the generator was running at fire station number five to keep the lights on there. firefighters responded to several calls when the power initially went out. >> it's an escalator problems. we assisted a gentleman in a wheelchair down the escalator. the other call was a call at a parking garage where people were locked inside. >> reporter: before 8:00 tonight. pg & e says 10,000 homes and busnesses are in the dark tonight. behind me, you can see that apple bee's lights are still on. amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the winter storm that blew into the bay area today brought a little bit of everything. rain, wind, hail. even some snow. and we have team coverage tonight our chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking
with a one on one interview with the president, asking the president question that are important to us here in the bay area. the live reports are coming up. >> regulatefjk say a san francisco lab where an employee kied of meningitis did not do enough to protect workers. he died last company. the -- april. the feds found three serious violations. he was not working in a safety enclo shurks ploimys were not trained to spot symptoms and the lab did not provide vaccine to workers exposed to the bacteria. regulators ordered the lab to comply with safety guidelines they cannot fine fat sill ti. >> a petaluma high school is warning it's student body of possible expo sthour a highly contagious bacteria. >> abc 7 news has more now. >> this is time to be honest with me. you know? did you do anything? >> there has been honest discussion was kids after hearing that a class mate was diagnosed.  do drugs but i'm like did you share a cigarette? a joint? beer? something? anything you won't want to tell me but you need to tell me, now, no, mom. >> her son kobt remember whether he'd taken a sip from a sod
to go. >> reporter: now, in petaluma, the rain was steady. we spoke to one man who has a farm e told us this long-await -- farm. he told us this long-awaited rain helps his animals. >> i have 13 horses. yeah. other people help me out. i use some of their fields to put my horses in, the older horses and so this is great. yeah. i love it. >> i love it. >> reporter: how come? >> it's still winter. i enjoy the rain. i used to live in oregon. i like it. >> reporter: now, this week's rain is not expected to bring the bay area back to the normal totals for the year. back in december, we experienced heavy rain but there's little isn't there. it's cold enough to snow right now on mount st. helena. tonight it's supposed to dip to freezing at the top of mt. diablo. we'll be monitoring that and let you know what areas received the blunt of mother nature's blow. we're live in walnut creek, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. >>> this morning, wet roads were likely to blame for a dramatic accident in rohnert park. it happened at 8:on snidered lane. the female -- 8:00 on snyder lan
identified at wayne jackson but he used a number of fake names including dan therrien the name he was using when he died in 1988. jackson had a history of child molestation including the sexual assault of two kids in canada. he got out of prison in 1984, the same year that kevin collins was abducted at age ten. he lived a block away from where collins disappeared. >> the individual with five names that now we know had a history of molesting young boys, he should haven a much stronger suspect. authorities dug up the garage on masonic and found what appears to be animal bones that are tested in analyzed. >> fairfield police are asking for your help in the killer of a 13-year-old, the guardian also reported her missing last thursday evening. the girl's naked body was found friday morning at the park. investigators say an autopsy confirmed she was killed. they will not say how. police are also not releasing any information of possible suspects or suspicious vehicles. a surveillance video shows her alive on thursday afternoon near railroad avenue four miles from where she was found dead. police
with our very own defense department, invented the internet in the first place. back then, the u.s. was in the catbird seat, poised to lead the world down this astonishing new superhighway of information and innovation. now many other countries offer their citizens faster and cheaper access than we do. the faster high-speed access comes through fiber optic lines that transmit data in bursts of laser light, but many of us are still hooked up to broadband connections that squeeze digital information through copper wire. we're stuck with this old-fashioned technology because, as susan crawford explains, our government has allowed a few giant conglomerates to rig the rules, raise prices, and stifle competition. just like standard oil in the first gilded age a century ago. in those days, it was muckrakers like ida tarbell and lincoln steffens rattling the cages and calling for fair play. today it's independent thinkers like susan crawford. the big telecom industry wishes she would go away, but she's got a lot of people on her side. in fact, if you go to the white house citizen's petitio
as you can see flipped over. it rolled several times, firefighters had to use the jaws of life to rescue the driver. >> i heard a screech and like a boom and we came running over to make sure everything was all right. there was a guy pulling people out of the car. >> investigators believe the driver was going to fast for the conditions. the kids taken to three hospitals and some had significant injuries. >> last night's streak of light, that flashed in the sky over the bay area was not connected to a couple of earlier events. >> see that? >> what was that? >> that's the surprise reaction from a person on southbound 280 just before eight last night. they posted this dash cam video on youtube. the light is right there. others describe it as a flare. something very breathtaking and scary at the same time. >> and i was sitting on the chair in the backyard and i was looking in the sky and i seen like a blue -- a blue streak from the sky coming down. i thought it was a firework. >> some say they believe that the fire ball came from a passing meteor. >>> the russian government is sizing
here with us. >> reporter: showers falling, once again, into the north bay. what your morning commute might look like coming up. >>> more drama as the olympic star track returns to court. why his tearful testimony may result in a delay. >>> and a huge tree comes crashing down on a multi- million dollar house. >> reporter: we're live in palo alto where everyone who follows them online will be taken on a virtual ride along. we'll tell you why it is so important to them. >>> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, february 19th. >>> we're on stormwatch as rain returns to the bay area for the first time in two weeks. we've been covering this live for you since 4:30. we have team coverage. steve paulson is tracking the temperatures and even snow. sal castanedo is looking out for the traffic. but alex savidge shows us the conditions in petaluma. >> reporter: good morning, tori. we're seeing a brief band of showers kind of blowing through this area in petaluma, where we've been all morning long. this is highway 101. this is southbound traffic coming toward the camer
reflections of the people who came before us. at new york life everything we do is to help you keep good going. kpix 5's kiet do says toxic vapors have been found at the company's offices >>> it seems one of silicone valley's dirty little secrets is coming back to thaunt haunt the giant google. toxic say portion have been found there. >>reporter: we're sitting across for from a site where decades ago, toxic chemicals were put into the grown. >>reporter: they are known as google builds qd6 and 7. problem began when construction allowed air to seep up from undergrounds. >> there has to be repairs to the foundation and that's how vapors may have been created to potentially migrate into the building. >>reporter: it turns the out the building sits on what used to be a semiconductor. the companies used a chemical to make chips. they dumped solvent into the ground. the normal range is 5 micrograms for cubic meter. the google building thating had help to 8. the employees were exposed for several months. >> it's good that once we found the results that prompt action was taken. >>reporter: we saw empl
includes this 7-year-old photo of him with former police chief william bratton. the picture used in an lapd article about officer who's serve in the military. oakland city council agreed to hire bratton as a consultant for the police department. >> stay with abc 7 news for any breaking developments in this story. >> you can also follow us on twitter and we're updating breaking news on abc 7 news.com. you can get updates on the smart phone by down loading and opting for a push notification. >> vallejo police looking for two men who shot a family of three inside of their home this morning. police say the men were wearing hoods when kicking in the front door of a house on mcdougle street around 3:00 a.m. a brother, sister and mother were shot. after waking up to find the men inside of the home. police dmot have a detailted suspect description at this point. >> not sure why they were targeted but at this point we're treating it as a random attack. >> they don't look like rich people or people that would have a lot of money. they could have chose any house. i don't understand. >> the brother sis
, they will use it, and be better for it. we will ask them all about that later this morning. >> oakland police are looking into a deadly crash involving a stolen car, all caught on camera, including the man who somehow escaped with his life. a man was standing on the corner of foothill boulevard and 36th avenue and the driver of the stolen jeep smashed into another car at the intersection where he was standing. the driver of the jeep died. the driver of the honda suffered minor injuries and somehow the man who was standing on the street managed to its scrape without getting hurt. the jeep was stolen minutes earlier. >> a woman and two children are expected to survive after being hit by a car in pittsburg last night. police have not said what led to the crash or if the driver was arrested. one of the children was airlifted to the hospital. police have not released the victim names or conditions. >> study ranges traffic in the bay area among the worst in the nation. the report from texas texas a&m shows san francisco is tied with los angeles but washington, dc is at the top the list. cornell ber
terre is live with the details for us. kimberly? >> reporter: jessica, police, as you know, have been using dash cams for years to record their traffic stops, but now more people are buying them and using them for security and surveillance. they're the reason we have so many spectacular images of the meteor over russia last week. there are millions of dash cameras in that country. here in the u.s. and more particularly in the bay area the technology trend seems to be catching on. >> the biggest reason right now is to record traffic accidents, to record what they see on the road, just wanting to share with other people. >> reporter: and sometimes security experts say it's people just wanting a second set of eyes. >> so i've gotten calls wanting to know where their partner is, parents wanting to know where their teenager is, employers wanting to know where their employees are. >> reporter: thousands of tips from dash cam. >> as the price tag comes down, the availability gets greater. >> reporter: but the interest in personal surveillance extends beyond the driver's seat. >> unfortunatel
admitting that he used thousands in campaign funds for his personal use, including a $43,000 rolex, as well as a lot of rock 'n' roll memorabilia. he spoke outside the courtroom afterwards. >> it's not a proud day. i'm sorry i let everybody down. >> jackson's wife pleaded guilty to filing false joint federal income tax returns that knowingly understated the income the couple had received. she faces one to two years in prison. on top of that, thousands in fines. >>> a bombshell secret revealed by a respected former senator. pete domenici now says that he fathered a secret child during an affair in the 1970s. perhaps more shocking, the woman in the affair was the daughter of one of his senate colleagues. domenici represented new mexico for six terms before retiring. he's been married for more than 50 years and has 8 children with his wife. >>> hundreds of thousands of federal workers are being warned there will be less money in their paychecks if those budget cuts go through. pentagon workers would lose 1 day of work each week for up to 22 weeks. that means a loss of about 20% of their pay. a
have from them, that video. >> reporter: the u.s. embassy of peru has told them the pair may have then boarded a boat. >> the embase embassy believes they got on the boat for an a . amazon cruise. >> reporter: the family has set up a war room where they're mapping out all they know. >> probably the biggest thing we have access to garrett's bank records and starting january 25th all of his banking ceased. no more withdrawals. there's nothing. there is absolutely no activity. >> reporter: what has the family especially worried, warnings that kidnappers may be targeting american tourists in the peru region. friends and family are pleading for help. >> i want my son to know that i love him, that we all love him. we want them to come home safe and sound. >> when your child is missing it's really, really tough. and we need your help. >> reporter: the family tells me they're getting daily updates from the embassy in peru. they are certainly hoping that those images will lead to the couple. meanwhile, the folks here at the peddler bike shop are asking for the safe return of jamie neal an
on a high note, gives us a nice impetus and encouragement for next week. felicia taylor, have a great weekend. that will do it for me, i'm fredricka whitfield. see you throughout the weekend. right now time for "the situation room" with wolf blitzer. >>> fred, thanks very much. happening now, the blade runner gets out of jail as the south african magistrate rips the prosecution's case against him. fasten your seat belts for longer lines, big delays it at the airports, all because of washington's gridlock. plus, a fascinating discovery in the war on terror. get this, terrorists have put together a list of ways to avoid becoming the target of a u.s. drone attack. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." . >>> we begin with yet another sensational turn of events in the oscar pistorius murder case. after a week of shocking and sometimes heartbreaking testimony, pistorius is now out of jail. the one-time olympic athlete who is known worldwide as the blade runner still faces charges of murdering his girlfriend on valentine's day. cnn's robyn curnow is joining us. update our viewers
till he is caught. >> law enforcement is using a key tool to alert the public about the man hunt for chris dorner. it is called a bluelert. ktvu's rob roth -- blue alert. ktvu's rob roth has more. for the california highway patrol and law enforcement the blue alert is still active as the man hunt continues. >> reporter: if you were driving on freeways this morning you may have seen signs like this which the chp call as bluelert. it urged anyone -- blue alert it urged anyone who saw the truck to call authorities. the california highway patrol allowed us to ride with them. each has a picture of chris dorner and his truck incase he was headed this way from southern california. >> if we run across a vehicle. >> reporter: the blue alert is similar to a amber alert. the alert growsitute law enforcement and the -- goes out to law enforcement and the public and the media. >> we have a lot of motorists who read the signs, listen to the news. >> reporter: another reason, the public could be in danger. >> this individual has shown a high propensity for violence and shooting and killing law
monitoring the conditions so check back with us and we will let you know how it is looking. right now in petaluma a light shower is falling. >> stay with abc7 for continuing storm wax coverage and a reminder you can track the storm online with the live doppler 7 hd with abc7news.com. >> family near danville finds out if they can move back if their home as being crushed by a massive oak tree. the 80' oak fell on the house in an exclusive community crushing the roof. a work crew will bring in a larger crane than they had yesterday to remove the tree. the home was red tagged until engineers can determine the stability. the weather is not blamed for the tree falling because the roots were diseased. >> san francisco mayor lee is going to announce a $1 billion project that has both beer lovers and the san francisco giants saying "cheers." cornell bernard joins us live from bi48 to tell us about it. >> lots of new jobs, too, the project is big. if you like beer brewed in san francisco, check this out, pier 48, sitting right across from at&t park and it will be home to the anchor brewing comp
's department is making another pitch to buy and use unmanned aerial droughns. jodi hernandez joins us this evening from oakland with the details. >> the alameda county sheriff's department could become the first agency in the state to deploy droughns. the debate took center stage at a board of supervisors committee meeting here today. civil rights advocates hope to ground the proposal before it has a chance to take off. >> you're looking at the 4.4 pound aerial droerngs the alameda county sheriff's department wants to buy it. the drone or what the sheriff calls a small unmanned aerial system would be used to give officers a bird's eye view at crime scenes and search and rescue operations. >> these things have a 25-minute capability flight time. so for 25 minutes, to search areas for lost children or elderly or alzheimer's patients, to search an area that would be very difficult. >> these devices -- >> but as the sheriff's department made the pitch to members of the board of supervisors, public protection committee, critics wearing no drone stickers filled the room to voice their conce
nbc's michele kosinski is in south africa on the story for us this morning. michele, good morning. give us the latest. >> hi, savannah. oscar pistorius sobbed his body shaking as this ruling was read and you could say in many ways this was expected, but this judge kept everyone guessing. his ruling lasted two hours. he criticized the prosecution, then said that it doesn't mean their case is not strong. then he hit pistorius saying he has problems with his story about what happened that morning. ultimately ruling, though, pistorius is not a flight risk, not a danger to the public. he will be released on bail tonight. >> the accused is not a flight risk. >> reporter: listen to the reaction on audio feed at the moment the ruling on bail was finally read. >> the accused has made a case to be released on bail. >> yeah! >> reporter: oscar pistorius entered the court with a calm demeanor looking more collected, even confident than we've seen. head forward, eyes closed. prosecutors picked up their argument, again ripping into pistorius' account of what happened the morning reeva steenkamp
old disappearance of the 10-year-old boy. kpix 5 reporter phil matier tells us investigators suspected him from the start. >> reporter: but he proved to be a very elusive character even though his history would have put him in the spotlight from the beginning. >> reporter: at the time he was known as wayne jackson but the man in the spotlight now for the abduction of kevin collins 30 years ago went by many names before dying of natural causes in the sunset in san francisco in 2008. >> this case is a case that haunts the san rancisco police department and the city and has pretty much throughout the entire careers of everybody that's standing here. >> reporter: a fresh look at the crime by the cold case unit let to the searched of his old haight district home last week where jackson and his roommate lived just blocks away from where 10-year-old kevin collins disappeared on the way home from basketball practice in 1984. jackson was a suspect in part because three years earlier, he had spent six months in jail for lewd acts on a 7-year-old at f
tells us she will be her family and friends. >> she'll be like calm down, it's all good. matter what. i'm going to always be here. >> in a solemn service genelle was laid to rest in a white casket. the service comes three weeks after the girl's body was found in the fairfield park. >> i've never had to experience this. >> greg is the principal of green valley middle school where she was a bright, cheerful 7th grader. >> genelle was a wonderful, hy t will be greatly, greatly missed. >> those who knew her talked about her smile. >> she's a sweet young lady. you'd never know she had a sad bone in her body. when i knew her, she always smiled and laughed. >> genelle was living with her younger brother in a foster home when she died.4d&'.rñ she . she made everybody happy. she would sing. >> friends and classmates of genelle. >> it was a young ob÷, just another proof these kids can't go nowhere and feel protected and do anything we used to do in our day without having to look over the shoulder. >> and about two dozen were her friends and counselors will be available to them as long as they n
of that crane. the crane was being used to put out supports. and our consumer editor tom vacar is live with what happened to the crane. >> reporter: this whole situation surrounds two scenarios. one did something break. two did someone screw up. treasure island sailing center board member genther was not just a bystander. he took pictures as soon as it happened. >> it was very clear that a major piece of the bridge and some of the paraphernalia under it were coming crashing down. one of the cranes came under it, one did not. the noise was huge and the massive metal coming down was pretty dramatic. >> reporter: the support were used to support the bridge roadway before the massive cable picked up all that weight just a few weeks ago. >> the crane was assisting with removal of some of the false work, the temporary supports beneath the bridge and it tipped over. >> reporter: we went out on a boat to get a closer look. since there's still a lot of metal in the air, the coast guard is keeping everybody who doesn't need to be on the site away from the site. >> reporter: caltrans, the contractor and f
but the district is considering something that could be very unpopular, charging to park. using the fees to build a packing structure or cut a parking deal with nearby businesses. the district floating the idea of adding another boat during high commute times. that is a positive dilemma but the bridge district is needing to do something and they expect a decision in the next few months. >> supporters want to rename san francisco international airport in honor of harvey milk. the supervisor last month introduced legislation to rename the airport harvey milk san francisco international. milk was the first openly gay elected official and was assassinated along with the mayor mascone in 1978. agoers say the new rally is to urge the other supervisors to support his legislation. voters may decide on the name change in november. >> we are days away from massive federal spending cuts and a new poll reveals what americans want congress to do, from bloomberg news shows 54 percent of americans want congress to delay the cuts, 40 percent say the government should go ahead and allow them to kick in. as lawmak
to you, welcome to a brand-new days february 19th. >> it was beautiful, we could sure use some rain, maybe tomorrow we will get something out of this system and tomorrow is that day in between and we need to see some increasing clouds and cooler temperatures, here is soul. >> good evening no major problems and also this morning we are looking at interstate 880 and that traffic is looking good, it is 5:00 let's go back to dave and pam. >>> we begin with a deadly chase in san jose, one person was killed while trying to escape from the police. alex savage has more. alex? >> the driver of that stolen suv was killed in this accident. san jose out at the scene tells me this was the end of a police pursuit and the drive is on the run, or the suv i should say, they just arrived to if i can it up. going east on boss some -- blossom hill road and this was a ravine. this pursuit began at 11:00 last night near powers lane and they reached speeds up to 100 miles per hour. the driver of the suv tried to rundown a san jose police officer and he tried to run an officer off the road which is how th
front coming down, bringing us rain tomorrow during the commute, the morning commute and then scattered showers in the afternoon. the temperatures are cooler, low-to-mid 50's and a chance of a last round of scattered showers friday morning, and friday afternoon we will have increasing sunshine and low-to-mid 50's and dry and brighter and warmer on saturday, mid-50's to 60. enjoy it. >> in san jose, we have a solo spinout first reported southbound 87 the ramp to southbound 85, right here, not blocking a lane but off on the shoulder. it could be a visual hazards. otherwise, just road work, 880 northbound between 23rd and broadway in lanes until 5:00 this morning. westbound dumbarton, road work until 5:00 this morning, and from embarcardero to shoreline boulevard, the right lane is blocked. the bay bridge toll plaza, it is light and no problems. >> it is 4:36. we are ready to witness the largest gathering of people in history. the local family preparing for the trip of a lifetime. >> he said, what? governor brown blasts a texas campaign to lure away california jobs. >> but, first, the tech
. >>> and also san francisco's mayor is getting ready to make a major announcement, stay with us. ñsxóxgñ almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. fiber one. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the number one! yeah, this is pretty good. [ male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. fiber one. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing fiber one 80 calorie chocolate cereal. ♪ chocolate. >>> a man on the run from san jose police overnight is killed when he crashes into a ravine. we'll tell you what police say he did to trigger this pursuit. >>> a tragedy in country music. the death of a troubled star. >> reporter: hundreds of street lights that have been dark for years will soon be turned back in. we're live in san jose. we'll explain why. >>> new details coming out about the olympic track star charged with murder. it involves deadly gunfire and a bathroom door. "mornings on 2" begins right now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on
in a small amount of time. most of us around .25 but it was a cold weather system that blew through here. what you're looking at here is that cold air that's sweeping in over the top of us. there's still a chance for snow flurries. snow levels reports down to some areas below 1,000 feet. so it was really cold. right now san jose you have some heavier rain down by blossom hill road. this is significant rainfall headed to the east capital expressway. some heavy rain, let's come in a little bit closer here. over by san felipe road you have heavier rain. these reds and yellows that's coming down pretty hard. santa rosa drive in this area, most of this action is starting to move off but you can see near brenam rain it's pretty big. this is a hot spot in the area because most of the rain has moved off. you can see a few light showers as well. when i come back we're going to be tracking more showers tonight. then we're going to track this very, very cold air. what does that mean for tomorrow morning's overnight lows? you're going to find out i'll have the details. >>> snow has returned to the
us what they were looking for inside. but outside fbi agents interviewed neighbors like manuel garcia to find out what they know about the man suspected of killing 13-year- old genelle conway allen. >> strange and quiet. he didn't say much. >> reporter: that's how neighbors describe him, quiet. jones and his family moved in about a year and a half ago. neighbors tell me his wife works but he appears to be unemployed. >> never seen him working, never really seen him like have a job or anything. >> reporter: the arrest shook this fairfield neighborhood. >> super creepy, man. i have my little girl here so, oh, it's creepy but i'm glad they caught the guy. >> sick, really shocking. just seeing the commotion and everything is a lot. >> reporter: fairfield police arrested him around 7 a.m. in the 1100 block of east tabor avenue near where police surveillance camera took the last known photo of genelle last thursday. someone found her nude body in a park the next morning. >> jones was identified early on as a suspect in this case. since that time he
that they are cooperating fully with the police, using a surveillance video and any witness they need. an interesting fact of tupac was killed a half a mile past the intersection where this happened on this same road, on flay flamigo road. >> live in vegas tonight, thank you for that report. >>> we have more now on that aspiring rapper from oakland. kenny clutch. kpix5's kristen ayers talked to friends and family who say they are devastated by the rapper's death. >> his stage name was kenny clutch. in this music video, he cruises the las vegas strip in a maserati. art would imitate life. the 27-year-old north oakland native was driving his maserati this morning when he was gunned down. >> i can't believe it happened to him. >> tonight on the street he was raised, friends and family lit candles for the up and coming rapper, who was born kenneth cherry. cherry's cousin left behind three children, a two-year-old, a three-year-old, and a newborn daughter, just a couple months old. cherry's friends and family say he grew up on this block near the oakland, emeryville border. he tried to get away from the v
the out the building sits on what used to be a semiconductor. the companies used a chemical to make chips. they dumped solvent into the ground. the normal range is 5 micrograms for cubic meter. the google building thating had help to 8. the employees were exposed for several months. >> it's good that once we found the results that prompt action was taken. >>reporter: we saw employees coming and going from the buildings, one of which is used as a customer briefing center. one worker told us he was fine with being at the site because google posts the testing data online. from neighbor, the reaction ranged from apathy to shock. >> i live right across the street. it's not good. wow. i didn't even know about this. >>reporter: google released the statement and said the health and safety of our employees is google's number one priority and we ensure the healthiest air possible. >>reporter: the concern with neighbors is that toxic plume of chemical ss were making its way into the homes. live in mownuntain view. >>> the fisherman who rescued two sisters after a car crash say they had a hunch somet
a proposal to build a private hangar to house jets belonging to google's senior executives that would be used by other companies. this is expected to bring in $3 million a year to the airport. google houses planes elsewhere right now. >> state senator jerry hill has legislation to ensure california high-speed rail does not add new tracks through the peninsula. he has specific language to guarantee the high-speed rail runs on two existing tracks sharing with caltrain. officials have promised hill they would not add two additional tracks making it a total of four on the peninsula where many neighbors opposed idea. caltrain will run on electric power so it is compatible with the existing trains. >> mike, what do you have? >> a little bit of a change with the weather. we have progressive pattern on top of us and the jet stream will push a weak cold front tomorrow. before that, look at the sunshine today and temperatures a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday from mid-to-upper 50's along the coast to low-to-mid 60's for the rest of us. as we look into what is happening outside right now, we are
father is upset that he was not aware the concert was a rave, a place where drugs are used frequently. >> that conversation parents have to know. someone can give you something and say this is what it is. there's no way for you to know. >> reporter: tickets are still on sale for tomorrow night's benefit show. and the burnes hope to get the always buddy program into local middle schools sometime this spring. we're live in petaluma, deborah villalon ktvu news. >>> the obama administration called for the -- the legal brief usuals -- urges the court to appeal the doma vote. the voter approved ban on same- sex marriage. >>> now the south bay where santa clara county sheriff's deputies say they seized 70 pounds of marijuana and hundreds of marijuana plants. the department's marijuana agency says it uncovered the operation yesterday. deputies arrested 32-year-old tran. they say the total street value for all of the marijuana is about $600,000. >>> a bay area man who spent seven years at san quentin is enjoying his first taste of freedom tonight after a judge determined that he had been wron
. without action those cuts go into effect friday. ktvu's scott mcfarlane tells us there are some who are in favor of the cuts. >> reporter: hospital workers protesting saying they will lose jobs. but this week in washington it is school principals saying the budget crisis will take a meat ax to local schools leading to teacher furloughs and larger class sizes as early as next year. >> that impact said our kids and -- impacts our kids and student learning. >> reporter: $85 billion in cuts. critics say the white house is exaggerating the impact of a cut in government spending to scare americans and score political points. >> we have to inform the american people what might happen, what will happen if congress refuses to do the right thing here. these are facts. >> reporter: there are supporters of the budget cuts who would like to see the government save teaching jobs, but lop off more spending. >> we are in a fiscal crisis. and too little willingness to address it. you know, this seems to be half of a first step. >> reporter: california school principals will lobby for a compromise. s
the group transferred onto a makeshift life raft. the coast guard says they're using aircraft to patrol boats to search for that group. >> at this point they have not found yet. >> anny.. >> thank you james. waking up to clear skies here's erica with your forecast. good morning. >> good morning to you anny. we do have areas of patch and low clouds. into the afternoon sunny skies mild weather. to bridges in the '60s. later tonight we will contend with mostly clear conditions. temperatures in the '40's with light winds. >> just love the freezing mark in santa rosa, navatdo . 46 in san francisco. mid '40's and the peninsula. >>-desk just above freezing just above the freezing mark. >> redwood city 63 degrees. 65 in fairfield. 64 in antioch. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights stable weather for the next couple of days. we are talking sunny skies. any storms coming from the pacific northwest will bring some clouds to our area as well as cooler temperatures. we will see a gradual warming to the end of the week. >> friday and saturday temperatures cooler but dry and plenty
diego. >> stay with us for continuing coverage of the manhunt. we will update you immediately on any developments right here and on twitter whenever it happens. we are always updating breaking news at abc7news.com. >> the northeast is under a blizzard warning as a winter storm is ready to hit the region. now, a look at snow flurries that are falling in new york city. this is a while ago. blizzard warnings took affect two hours ago for new york city and parts of new jersey and in long island, connecticut, massachusetts, all under a blizzard wanting right new. airlines have canceled 3,200 flights to and from the east coast. abc7 news reporter is live at san francisco international airport with the warning that has gone out to travelers. we have weather there and here. cornell? >> it is not looking good at all if you are trying to fly to any airport in the northeast this morning. at least 30 flights have been canceled out of sfo alone. look at video from this morning, folks are showing up for united to boston, newark, john f. kennedy, and philadelphia. if you are flying there you are se
. it will happen weeks from now. cornell bernard joins us live with what you need to know to be ready for the change. cornell? >> the countdown is on. in a month toll takers will be gone and all electronic tolling will be here at the golden gate bridge and starting this morning, the bridge will kickoff a series of public awareness campaigns to answer questions and clear up confusion aimed at 30 james of drivers who still pay tolls with cash. there will be hand outs and signs and information online explaining how to pay the tolls. there are three options. sign up for fast track account and get $1 discount on each toll. pay by plate, register the license plate with a bridge using a credit card and pay as you go or make a one time payment online. payment locations are set up at some gas stations across san francisco for tourists but if those do not work for you can do nothing, go through the toll plaza, get an invoice in the mail, you have 20 days to pay that. all electronic tolls comes to the golden gate bridge by the end of march. >> new this morning, president obama's popularity among
towards us. [ laughter ] >> at least she knows what to do, right? the national weather service confirmed that this was a weak one no reports of damage or injuries. other funnel clouds were seen over the sacramento valley but only one is confirmed as a tornado so far. >> an assertive woman. >> she knew what to do. we have to lie in a ditch. >> she did. >> and her husband was gunning right for it. >> hello! >>> we have a couple of accidents beer we're following one on the connector ramp and it could be a bad crash. injuries involved. fire crews. they are calling for two flatbed tow trucks so it sounds like those cars are unmovable right now. it's on those connector ramps. we think right now it's northbound guadalupe parkway to 280 so expect some delays again, chp heading to the scene trying to confirm exactly what connector ramps around the guadalupe parkway and 280 are blocked. so use 101 or highway 85. this is another crash we're watching northbound 880 approaching oak street. one lane is blocked as you head into downtown oakland. and thi
part of the country this morning. weather channel mike seidel is in kansas city, missouri, for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. a whiteout here in kansas city, snowing two inches an hour with winds gusting 30 miles an hour. this is a big storm. it will likely be their biggest snowfall in about 20 years. meanwhile, this part of the country is in a terrible drought, so the farmers are happy to see anything, snow or rain, falling from the sky. this may be coming soon to a sidewalk near you. just like this trusty mailman in michigan, millions of americans are already being challenged by a fierce winter storm. in kansas, they are bracing for up to 18 inches of snow in some parts. police in wichita are telli ini folks to stay home. >> we are asking people to stay off the roadways just because of the conditions that are deteriorating. >> reporter: the latest big blast of winter is predicted to hit 18 states, affecting at least 30 million people. all from a storm that hit california and the west coast and is now moving across the country. in tulsa, oklahoma, reduced visibi
're waiting for the district attorney to give us an update on arrests made in the murder of a >>> developing news in fairfield now. the district attorney is giving us an update in the arrest in the murder of a 13-year-old girl. >> deputy district attorney assigned this homicide and investigator aaron dylan. will make no further comment until arraignment on this casetí this coming wednesday. thank you. >> when is the arraignment? >> wednesday. >> trying to turn that around for you just as soon as possible. police do say the man in custody is someone who they had under surveillance up until his arrest today. his name is anthony lamar jones a 32-year-old baurer from from fairfield. >> all that happened there was about a minute long statement. and the prosecutor introduced those involved in the case and apologized to victim families so. a lot of details are still forth coming. we'll keep you postedthon. >> you might remember the young woman who fuse used profanity then flipped off a judge this week. >> the ant yeks -- antics of the 18-year-old went viral resulting in the judge doubling her bail
on a plan for what to do if they don't lift the ban. kpix 5 reporter phil matier tells us he is pushing to strip the organization of a huge tax break. phil. >> reporter: that's right, allen. and, as a matter of fact, we were up in sacramento to get to this story and here it is. california's state senator ricardo lara is turning the heat up on the boy scouts moving to strip them of their tax exempt status unless they start allowing in gays. >> it's important for us to set the tone in california that we are not going to condone discrimination. >> reporter: and since federal law bars the state from denying the scouts the use of schools or state parks lara and 13 fellow democrats decided to hit the scouts in the wallet. >> nonprofit status is a privilege that's given by the financial support of all californians. and so if an organization is discriminating they shouldn't be privileged. >> reporter: official at the scouting district declined to comment saying they haven't had time to study the tax plan but republicans were quick to enter the fray. >> i th
cautiously and utilize the principle to guide us. the the city needs to intervene and bridge the gap between haves and have-nots. i would invite everybody to listen to the pod cast, how much can san francisco take. i just think that living in san francisco has been a really interesting experience, trying to find roommates on craig's list is chaotic. i asked if we could have a cleaning schedule, moved to the tenderloin, there was a serial rapist roaming around and then moved to oakland because i honestly can't afford rent in san francisco. ironically i worked two jobs and i work six days a week and am pretty exhausted. and i don't think that it's unfortunate that these two groups are pitted against each other but i do think that there's a solution and we have to find that. thanks. >> chair wiener: thank you very much. next speaker. >> my name is -- [speaking foreign language] >> translator: there are 15 of us in the family. this time i would like the supervisors to pass the t.i.c. proposal. to allow the t.i.c. people to buy an affordable house. so that we can have good and more perfect life i
to the golden gate bridge would also be a good alternate route. i think this backlog will be with us for a while. this camera is showing movement a again so we will switch back. this is what it looks like if you're headed to that way. it will be a while for this to clear. we have also had a problem in the south bay and northbound to 80 there was an accident that block to lanes of traffic. it has cleared but the traffic is backed up toward 85 on 1 01 north. >> before we get to a erica let's talk about the north east whole is in the way for a big storm. this is a stock pile of salt that they are getting ready for. the piles of the salt are here because they want to make sure that roads are clear. they are still telling people not to travel and to just stay home. boston is going to be in the eye of the storm. they are very concerned. there is about 50 million people who will be affected by this storm. they stated that it may be white out conditions and there have been schools that have closed as well as flights that have been canceled. >> this is going to our arrive later on today so late morning t
by god, who gave his son for us. >> again, historic happenings there in rome, as a resignation for the ages begins, george. we'll be right back with you in the vatican. >>> robin off today. great to have elizabeth vargas here. we want to also show you this. it's a video of a great white shark, spotted off the coast of new zealand. tragically spotted just before a deadly attack. we'll have that story just ahead. >>> also, a huge multimillion-dollar lawsuit against one of the biggest companies in america. bud wuzer, under fire, right now, for allegedly watering down its beer. >>> but first, we're going to get back to gorgeous st. peter's square this morning. it's a beautiful day at the vatican. and george is right there for it all. >> it certainly is. the sun shining out here right now. i'm here with our colleague, david wright. david, i flew over with cardinal dolan of new york. a lot of talk about the possibility that he might be chosen as the next pope. he laughed that off. but the cardinals are going to start to meet next week. today, though, the day for pope benedict. >> tha
he will have use of one of the specially made vehicle. the crowd of st. ter's square was half the 200,000 the vatican predicted and catered for but the welcome was warm. the pope thanked the crowd as he put it "from the bottom of my heart," and told them he was fully aware of the seriousness and novelty of his decision to resign. cardinals were gathering to choose benedict's successor held places of honor and seemed moved by the occasion. the 115 cardinals eligible to vote will be looking for a pope who can meet the challenges in the church, the sex abuse scandal and reports of a dysfunctional church administration. helen reedy from dallas what do you think about the sex scandal is it irrevocably tainted? >> i know the church has endured scandals throughout the centuries. i think we need to look at how things were handled and how to make changes going forward. >> reporter: benedict reiterated that his decision to resign was taken afterthoughtful prayer and best interest in the church. he said he was not abannen doing the church even though he no longer would
that he was not aware the concert was a rave, a place where drugs are used frequently. >> that conversation parents have to know. someone can give you something and say this is what it is. there's no way for you to know. >> reporter: tickets are still on sale for tomorrow night's benefit show. and the burnes hope to get the always buddy program into local middle schools sometime this spring. we're live in petaluma, deborah villalon ktvu news. >>> the obama administration called for the -- the legal brief usuals -- urges the court to appeal the doma vote. the voter approved ban on same- sex marriage. >>> now the south bay where santa clara county sheriff's deputies say they seized 70 pounds of marijuana and hundreds of marijuana plants. the department's marijuana agency says it uncovered the operation yesterday. deputies arrested 32-year-old tran. they say the total street value for all of the marijuana is about $600,000. >>> a bay area man who spent seven years at san quentin is enjoying his first taste of freedom tonight after a judge determined that he had been wron
more information, of course, we will bring it to you. the sandbags in the front yard were used to make sure any debris did not fly in the neighborhood or damage any houses. we are live in santa clara for abc7 news. >> 6:07. president obama delivered his "state of the union" address. >> a terror plot unfolding in the bay area, with lawyers raising doubts about a man accused of trying to attack an oakland bank. year clear . >> i have a bigger concern about black ice in the north bay at napa and santa rosa at 30 degrees but santa rosa has visibility to three quarters of a mile so be careful on the bridges and overpasses it could be slick. this afternoon, we have sunshine and temperatures in the low-to-mid 60's but the coast is upper 50's with a few clouds. our two warmest days are ahead of us, thursday and friday, mid-60's to 70 and not bad on saturday. high clouds and sunshine and low 60's at the coast and upper 60's for the rest of us. >> looking at clearing any moment san francisco southbound 101, an accident much earlier this morning blocking the right lane and in the clearing phases
out looking for this man and a female suspect. tonight the u.s. santa cruz police the bart will address safety concerns on campus to meet for a reported raid over the weekend. this is get to the man police are looking for. police say he by lee attacked and raped a woman who was visiting campus on sunday afternoon. today's meeting is on campus from seven to 8:30 p.m.. all members of the campus community are invited. >> first snow now rain. a storm of heavy snow on the sacramento area and the mountains north of the city yesterday. here is video of the conditions. the storm a mess of the road and the national weather service says thunderstorms are expected throughout the night. the national weather service says a tornado with wind speeds between 40 to 7 mi. per hour was spotted in the sacramento area. the tornado has not been a big source of the damage in the area. >> and natural gas wind explosion at a restaurant in kansas city. it happened during dinner time. a gas leaks brought about an hour before the explosion. we have video the aftermath of this explosion, one person is
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